An essay about ethic and sustainability in fashion with a focus on MARINE SERRE, ROMBAUT, GMBH and CHOPOVA LOWENA. Fashion is the opposite of sustainable development. Between the litres of water used to dye industrial fabrics with pesticides sprayed on cotton crops, including microplastics made from synthetic garments that end up in the oceans, and the pitiful working conditions in factories of workers producing short-lived fashion items. Resources are being needlessly sacrificed. Consumerism is a symptom of the 21st century, and although it is not going away so quickly, it is our responsibility to manage it as best we can.
TRANSMISSION #1 is the reissue of an interview between Catherine Geel and Andrea Branzi. The idea was to produce a post-modern object and to question its status.This interview is the result of a series of interviews conducted for France Culture and the TV programme series À Voix Nue. He talks about his own career but also about the history of Italian design and explores current design trends. The Transmission collection aims to introduce the public to the careers of the main actors in contemporary design. They will offer documents chosen from archives with the idea of transmitting the designer's experience.
ENSAD OPEN DAYS
PHOTOGRAPHY & GRAPHIC DESIGN
Pictures and graphic design I made for the 2020 open days of ENSAD Nancy, France which took place on February 2020. The idea behind these portraits was to present silhouettes of students that visitors will meet during this important day for futur students. Students take turns offering visitors a tour of the school. Between artwork of art, communication and design students, exhibitions and production workshops. In order of appearance: Maïssa Anrar, Anna Pastor, Juliette Brouet. Posters silkscreen printed by Lezard Graphique.
NEW DIRTY TOOLS
Regularly touched by our fingers, our new everyday tools are real dirt magnets. Paradoxically, these objects are often presented clinically through photography advertising. NEW DIRTY TOOLS is inspired by this imagery by questioning the aesthetic of dirt.